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".com. >> jeanne theoharis recounts the life of rosa parks. she is most remembered for her bus arrest in montgomery, alabama. her involvement was far more extensive. this is about an hour and five minutes. >> good evening. on behalf of the chancellor and faculty, i welcome you to our campus. how are we culture he? on rosa parks 101st day, her birthday, the author explores the question of rosa parks. what was behind that? those that know her. .. what is the price paid for having done something? dr. jeanne theoharis answers some of those questions and she writes it in her new book "the rebellious life of mrs. rosa parks". jeanne theoharis was born in staten island six weeks ago and her family moved to milwaukee, wisconsin, where she was raised. she held the first chair in woman's studies and as professor of science at boca raton college, she is also co-founder of educators for civil liberty. she is the author of numerous books on the civil-rights movement and the politics of race in the united states including as co-author of schools suck:students talk back to the segregated nation and its failures o
santa rosa. little breezy in santa rosa this morning. 50 for oakland outside the door. 49 mountain view. afternoon highs for today upper 50s, low 60s, 61 santa rose a. we will be clearing out so i expect mostly sunny skies, 60 concord, down in to the south bay around 60 degrees. 61 loss gatos. the extended forecast, a warmer day tomorrow. once the ridge moves back n the winds will lighten up as well. not as strong for tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow looks to be the better day to be outside but today not so bad. into monday, tuesday, wednesday we don't budge a lot. in to the last week of february we are dry. if you are going to the new year parade i will have the outlook of your temperatures. >> breaking news to report on the east coast. the massachusetts institute of technology is on lockdown after a man with a rifle was seen in a building, several law enforcement agencies have responded to the campus in cambridge massachusetts. mit officials are telling students and workers to stay inside and report suspicious activity to campus police. we will have more of course on this breaking story
th birthday of our dear sister rosa parks. as our country continues to celebrate the beginning and as our country continues to celebrate the beginning of the second term of our great president, president barack obama. now, it's easy to take for granted the progress that we've made as a country because we are forever looking to solve today's problems and as we continue to meet tomorrow's challenges as we shape our future. but what it is, it's definitely worthwhile to take a look back at the great works of our predecessor and the brave men and women who have paved the way for progress that we enjoy here in the 21st century. and if you look around, many of those men and women are right here with us in the rotunda today. we remember the people who braved police dogs and fire hoses turned against them by their own government officials in the south, people who believed that an idea -- believed in an idea that we're all created equal and that we're willing to risk and that we're willing to risk their life in the purchase soul of a lofty promise in america. today we celebrate black his
if not for rosa parks. rosa parks made martin luther king possible. (applause) >> and i believe that those four students in greensboro also made the accomplishments that we he attribute to martin luther king as a symbol of the movement. martin luther king understood that many of the things that we attribute to him would not have been possible without the grassroots of the struggle. and that brings me back to the book that i've written about the last 50 years. when i was a teenager, a 19 year old, i went to the march on washington. and right before going, i met some of these young activists who are associated with the student nonviolent coordinating committee. i must say that that affected the way in which i viewed the march. like everyone else, i wanted to see what martin luther king's concluding speech would be. but i was also interested in the speech of john lewis who was the chair of the student nonviolent coordinating committee. just days before the march, i had met one of the snick activists at a conference. his name was stokely car michael. and from that time on, i understood that when we
the coast that will be a mid 50s. 59 degrees for downtown san francisco and 52 degrees for santa rosa. >> we do have a warming trend that is kicking man and this will be and as we wrap up the next work week. >> the sharks taking on the record set in chicago blackhawks. the warriors with their new uniforms, looking to snap a 16 game losing streak to the spurs. gary has all of your sports highlights. >> the place was rocking from the get go. san antonio had 16 to 17 overall. day green let them to 13 points over the warriors. the warriors came back and seven seconds were left in the game and golden state did a good pass and the warriors' run up by two points. san antonio goes to the back door and it went into overtime and then the warriors took over and they beat the spur 100ss won 07 to 1 01. this was a great win for golden state. >> the top college teams stanford. this was for 27 seasons and she blocked the shot as he got rewarded. she made the tough leg up. that 198 to 53. they're 25 and two overathat 198 to 53. they w >> chicago is the first thing to ever score a least one. within their 7 g
. >>> temperatures today a bill warmer out there. we had some numbers 64 in santa rosa that was one of the warmer spots. napa 65. 66 in antioch. temperatures today came up a couple of degrees. a little cooler out along the coast. tomorrow we're going to drop a few degrees. temperatures come down into the upper 50s, maybe low six -- 60s. you can see some rain coming down in the sutter buttes then you see the clouds coming through. the big impact for us clouds. cooler tomorrow. this is cold air, this cold front and as the cold air comes in behind it. i think you are going to do well in the mountains in the next 24 hours i think you will get a few inches of snow. fresh snow that will be nice. any precipitation helps. as far as rain for us not happening. if we do see something it'll be in the next few hours and it'll be drizzle at best. by the time you and i wake up in the morning it's starting to clear rapidly. it'll be breezy tomorrow. temperatures will be a little cooler as i mentioned and they'll be clearing rapidly. mostly sunny on your sunday. your bay area weekend is staring you in the face.
warmer out there. we had some numbers 64 in santa rosa that was one of the warmer spots. napa 65. 66 in antioch. temperatures today came up a couple of degrees. a little cooler out along the coast. tomorrow we're going to drop a few degrees. temperatures come down into the upper 50s, maybe low six -- 60s. you can see some rain coming down in the sutter buttes then you see the clouds coming through. the big impact for us clouds. cooler tomorrow. this is cold air, this cold front and as the cold air comes in behind it. i think you are going to do well in the mountains in the next 24 hours i think you will get a few inches of snow. fresh snow that will be nice. any precipitation helps. as far as rain for us not happening. if we do see something it'll be in the next few hours and it'll be drizzle at best. by the time you and i wake up in the morning it's starting to clear rapidly. it'll be breezy tomorrow. temperatures will be a little cooler as i mentioned and they'll be clearing rapidly. mostly sunny on your sunday. your bay area weekend is staring you in the face. sunday is your best
. one of the ways in which i try to explain this is rosa parks made martin luther king possible. martin luther king didn't make rosa parks possible. if she hadn't done what she did by refusing to give a per seat on the montgomery bus martin luther king would have simply been an articulate, well meaning baptist minister. it's because of rosa parks that we are talking about him today. he -- she opened up the possibility for him to display those qualities that he had and to rise to the occasion. >> host: she also said as you well know that while she was sitting on that bus refusing to give seat she was thinking about emmett till begun 14-year-old black boy from chicago who went to mississippi in 1955 and because he looked at a white woman he was brutally murdered. do you think his death changed or sparked anything in the civil rights movement? >> guest: a lot of things did. it was his death and brown versus board of education decision. it was the killing of civil rights workers. it was people like barbara jones, a young high school student who led a walkout at the segregated school protest
. in the north bay, 63 in santa rosa. temperatures upper 50s to low 60s, inland areas, 63 in fairfield. and as you check out the forecast for chinese new year parade it's looking great. the year of the snake. 54 degrees and breezy. clear skies with getting cool as the day or night goes on. temperatures 49 degrees, we've had rain. this year you're going with a dry forecast. accu-weather forecast breezy, cooler for saturday after sprinkles. warmer, sunnier. into sunday looking at friday forecast. in february goitsing to feel like spring. low 60s to 70s. you can follow on twitter. it's a great resource for latest weather conditions.eiaqp and get tweets from your favorite weather team. >> oscars now just two days away. 2:00. >> you can countdown to the biggest night with our oscars trailing video and from the red carpet. >> you can get the experience by down loading our oscarsego app. >> and there is more abc 7 is hosting a virtual party on our facebook page this sunday. all have you to do to get your invitation is like us on facebook then hang out with 95,000 fans to post your opinion on
in the sun. 63 in walnut creek. back for san francisco, a high of 60 for you and 62 in santa rosa. we have the pollen that is not going to budget. no rain in the forecast, moderate to high, unfortunately if you are set for allergies, saturday and sunday, mid 60s, then as we go through monday. we get another system moving by, it will be so weak, no rainfall with it for us. then for tuesday. morning fog comes back and cloud cover there on wednesday and for thursday and friday, it's staying sunny. and look at that, by next thursday, spring will officially arrive in 20 days. we have had spring weather. so i do not know what kind of a huge indicator that will be when it finally gets here. >> it will probably rain every day. >> hope to get spring showers. >> that is what is going to happen. still ahead the feds jump in, why lance armstrong is now being accused of using taxpayer money for doping. >> and the first lady, wow, having fun, showing off moves. we have a preview of the performance that will air tonight. >> the department of justice s has -- landis accuses armstrong of using performanc
in santa rosa. napa was 65 degrees. look at antioch at 66. you're touching on upper 60s here. i'm sure some areas did get into the upper 60s. san mateo was 61 degrees. we're tracking this system as it comes down. i wish it would bring us a lot of rain but it's not going to. numbers are going to go from where they were today which is some mid-60s and low 60s down to the mid-60s. we will probably see most temperatures in the 50s so cooler tomorrow. current temperatures 66 in concord, 69 in antioch. the system as it comes in will increase the clouds and will bring us a slight chance of a sprinkle as we go into late tonight early tomorrow morning but we're all asleep. you're not going to notice it. you may wake up with a little bit of wet on the ground. i think it'll get breezy tomorrow afternoon as that system clears out. so it'll be a crisp clear day probably need a jacket or sweatshirt. with the wind the 50s will feel clearer than that. frost in some of the inland bay valleys. just above freezing in the coldest spots and upper 30s low 40s. this is a system i'm tracking. they're supposed to
into the morning forecast. it will feel mild. not so bad in santa rosa with 39. 39 in napa. 34 in los gatos. as far as saturday, highs will be cooler with the weak system we showed you passing by with the cloud cover. it will help to drop the temperatures in the low 60s. 61 in sunnyvale. 63 in palo alto. for the east bay, a very enjoyable start to the weekend. daytime highs in the low 60s. 63 in walnut creek. 60 in dublin. 60 in pleasanton. a huge day at the beach. if you have plans in the city, it is good to stop by. the chinese new year parade. temperatures in the 50s. you need a jacket in the afternoon and evening houring. from 5:15 to 8:00, on market and second. your three-day forecast is sunny through sunday. a bit of warm up through the weekend. if you don't want the rain, this is great news. we are going into a slight drought because of the dry conditions. by next thursday, spring will start in 20 days. also, the parade started back in the 1860s during the gold rush. >> great parade. >> it will be a good one. >> you are our historian. >> happy friday. >> thank you. >>> coming up, an ugly day
on the mild side out there. showing you upper 40s and 50s for santa rosa, 51, fairfield, checking in. 53 degrees. forecast headlines for tonight will go with this, increasing high clouds throughout the evening hours, a chance of a sprinkle. tomorrow, clouds to start out your saturday. then, the temperatures tomorrow coolest part of the weekend. then, sunday, increasing the sunshine, we also increase the sunshines as well. first thing tomorrow morning, cloudy skies. temperatures in the middle 30s to low to middle 40s out there to start the morning off. the weather system that we are tracking. shieding to the east bay area. it is the source of chowds and some breezy conditions for the afternoon hours. high pressure rebuilds over the next few days, as a result, another week of dry weather. after a chance of a few sprinkles tomorrow morning we will talk about warmer temperatures as the storm track heads up to our north. here is the forecast model tonight. showing you an increase in the clouds not much of the way of chowd coverage here. with all of the moisture, a chance of sprinkles just ear
a statue of rosa parks at the capitol. she helped sparked the civil rights movement in 1955 when she refused to give up her seat to a white passenger on a bus. it will be officially unveiled on wednesday. president obama is scheduled to attend. >>> d.c. firefighters will not be disciplined for appearing with president obama during a speech. d.c. firefighters along with other first responders stood behind the president earlier this week as he warned of the potential cut from the looming sequestration. d.c. fire ems chief said that the firefighters never asked for permission to represent the district at a public event and the department will review protocols. >>> could part of the national zoo be closing in the coming week all because lawmakers can't agree? >>> plus, a tricky rescue after a dog gets stuck on ice. what rescuers had to do to save the pup. that's coming up. first, here's chuck. >>> yes, indeed, we're off to a cold and wet start on your saturday morning. so how long will all this ugliness last into your weekend? we'll talk about that and the return of your sunshine. don't
in this airport the ones in livermore, napa, santa rosa and concord are all on a list that may have their control towers shut down. if a deal on the federal budget isn't reached by the end of next week. a company that provides fuel, parking and other services to planes here say without a control tower, air traffic would plummet and business would nose dive. many of the corporate jets will not come to an airport without a control tower. he says those corporate jets make up about 80% of his business. >> it's really dangerous to operate without the tower. a lot of our business jet carriers will not surf the airport if they are shut down. i may be faced with having to lay employees off. >> reporter: over the phone he explained that most planes would still be able to take off and land here. especially the smaller planes without a control tower. their pilots would have to rely solely on their radios to communicate with each other. allie rasmus. >>> flights to mayor cities including san francisco could experience delays of up to 90 minutes at peak hours. the full impact wouldn't be felt until april whe
in santa rosa right now. 51 in fairfield and 50 at gilroy. the forecast feature are shaping up this way. we will see few sprinkle develop in the early morning hours between 04 and 6:00 a.m. but blue and breezy in the afternoon hours. blue sky that is and milder weather will arrive on sunday. much milder in fact. satellite radar animation shows movement of the cold front slaysing down through the northern part of the state rye now. moving in our direction cloud witness and a little moisture. weak cold front so we don't expect much out of this but certainly the possibility of some scattered sprinkles. start the forecast animation 11:00 o'clock tonight and then during the overnight hours we see the front move through and between 4 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. we could see some spotty light showers activity or drizzle painly in the south bay and santa cruz mountain doesn't look like it will develop anywhere else in the bay area. then clear out by midmorning left with mainly sunny skies tomorrow. breezy conditions nice and pleasant. overnight tonight it's rather pleasant as well except few e
you notice gilroy at 44. elsewhere we are be looking at cooler numbers to the north in santa rosa, 40. but we should stay from about 40 to the lower 50s this morning. as you head on out you may need the jacket because it is a bit on the wet side. this will continue to wish to the south. so with a few sprinkles in the forecast this morning it will become breezy and sunny this afternoon. the warmer day of the weekend will be tomorrow. once again, an extended dry period. it looks like the entire work week, upcoming work week, as we round out february, will be dry. friday begins march and also dry. look the cloud cover, how warm we are this morning. warmer than yesterday. 14 degrees warmer than yesterday in napa and fairfield. 11 degrees warmer on the coast and visibility right now not such of a problem. five miles san jose. so here's a look at that front. it's a weak one, mainly associated cloud cover and and that low level moisture will continue to push to the the south of us. as it does, behind it we will get that northerly wind flow. that continues to bring the dryer air. scour out th
hearing scheduled at the same time. >>> rosa parks made history in 1955 when she refused to give up her seat to a white person and move to the back of the bus. today, a statue of parks arrived at the us capital. it's the first full-sized statue in the capital's collection of more than 180 statues. earlier today, i spoke to the sculptor who created this piece of art and tried to get him to share a few details about what we can expect. >> she looks beautiful. everybody's going to love her. she looks like rosa parks, and she's in a pose that's, i don't think, will surprise anybody, but it does have a little -- there's a little something different that i don't think people have seen before. >> and the reason he can't share much is because they're trying to save it all for wednesday's unveiling ceremony. but according to the architect at the capital's office, the statue is bronze with a black granite base. all together, it's 9 feet tall and weighs 2700 pounds. >>> more to come about the shooting spree on the las vegas strip. >> later on the news edge, metro bus drivers are used to passengers
want on your weekend. i hear you. 38 in santa rosa. start for tomorrow, 34 in napa. you'll need the jacket up into wine country. 36 in livermore. 45 in san francisco and also 37 in redwood city. daytime highs on saturday look like this in the south bay we're going to top out at 60 in los gatos. 62 in morgan hill. you'll notice the south bay that did get into the upper 60s today is going to be slightly cooler from that weak system as it passes by in the early morning hours. 59 in the castro valley. 53 in walnut creek. 60 in dublin and for san francisco, you want to check out tyler florence's restaurant, some great weather by the afternoon and also 60. 62 in santa rosa. the problem will not be, of course, the weather for this weekend but the allergy forecast. it will remain moderate to high. what we need to get this to get a lot better would be rainfall. unfortunately, that's not happening over the next three days. temperatures will warm up by sunday with mostly sunny skies. then as we head throughout next week, what you'll find is cloud cover increases for the beginning of the we
skies with whis bey clouds. temperatures 60 in santa rosa. first forecast this evening, going to be clear but clouds will thicken overnight so. partly cloudy skies overnight with a slight chance of showers in the wee hours of the morning but we'll have sunny, breezy afternoon. mild condition was highs climbing into low 60s into warmest locations. larry and carolyn? >> thank you. >> still to come on abc 7 news at 5:00 forget implosion there's is a way to demolish buildings without explosives and a wrecking ball. >> authorities blow up a backpack though the owner came forward to claim it michael finney taking your questions and will answer them here live a little later, you can contact michael on facebook.com/michael finney abc 7 and on twitter at m finney approaching 4:11 first check of the traffic this is a live look of the skyway trying to head to the east way. -- bay this, is the oncoming traffic going on the lower deck of the bay bridge. better for folks on the righthand side of the screen. stay with us. more still to come >>> fda approved a form of the new breast cancer dr
. santa rosa 54. san francisco one of the cool spots all day long, you'll be kind of chilly this weekend. the chinese new year parade tomorrow we'll have clear skies in the afternoon but temperatures will be held down into the low 50s. that said no weather impediments for your viewing pleasure tomorrow. if you are looking at your tv screen you're looking at kpix 5 high-def doppler radar employing the radars in northern california as well to show you a line of showers looks like it's heading our way but those showers will likely not make it to the bay area. tonight 30s and 40s. napa chilly 38 tomorrow morning. fairfield 37. san francisco you will drop down to 46 degrees overnight tonight. let me set things up for you because we do have this boundary moving through but the moisture won't make it here. you see the cloud cover moving in from the north and from the west. it's going to sweep through the bay area. you see the clouds, you have the clouds outside your house now but you're not going to get rainfall because high pressure anchored d
and santa rosa, 45 degrees. here's what we're expecting the sprinkles to end. sunny and chilly today. high and dry for the rest of february is the way it looks. in fact our next shot at rain does not look as if it will be coming in al the second week of march. and so we are dry for a while bay area. and in fact distinctly warm by next weekend. here's a little front that will be moving on through overnight. but everything else, they will head to the pacific northwest now, leaving us mostly high and dry. chilly today, northwesterly wind with kind of a chilly direction too. the numbers will not be too much. if you are heading out of the bay area, rain up there. down south, we'll get sunshine. your pinpoint forecast today, san francisco at 58 degrees. oakland's got 62. san jose at 59. 58 for livermore. your extended forecast will be going with nothing, but sunny side up as far as what i can see. if you look all the way to next weekend, we'll look for numbers urging about 70 degrees by friday. in the meantime sunshine, it's on the chillier side and
to start out in much of the north bay. a little warmer in santa rosa than the rest of the bay at 63. only 58 in ukiah. numbers ranking from the upper 50s richmond and berkeley. 58 in fremont. you head over the hills, right now it's a little gray out there but then 60 in livermore with san ramon a couple degrees cooler. here's the look ahead. you notice that today the coolest day out of the next seven. tomorrow a little bit of warming. we will start out much colder. partly cloudy on monday but this means still a lot of sunshine, low to mid-60s. wednesday another weak system, not even close to us well out to the north and we are looking at numbers near 70s. but we have the san francisco polar plunge today that benefits special olympics downtown and the chinese new year's break. >> burr on the polar plunge. thank, lisa. in sports the saint mary's will try to bolster their resume hosting creighton. and stanford travels to oregon to play the 23rd-ranked ducks. last night the warriors played a thriller at oracle arena against the san antonio spurs who own the best regard in the nba. here's larr
by congresswoman rosa delauro of connecticut. >> storm that hill, make the difference. >> inside, the activists are greeted by congresswoman donna edwards of maryland, who, with delauro, has introduced legislation raising the minimum wage for tipped workers. >> i know that when i waited tables, i didn't just do it because i needed some extra change. i did it because i had to pay my rent. i did it because i had to make sure that i had food in my refrigerator. i did it because i needed transportation to get back and forth to school. it was a job. >> saru jayaraman's new book "behind the kitchen door" is an insider's expose of what it's really like to work at the lowest rungs of the restaurant industry. >> there are actually now over 10 million restaurant workers in the united states. so seven of the ten lowest paying jobs in america are restaurant jobs, and the two absolute lowest paying jobs in america are restaurant dishwashers and fast food preps and cooks are the two absolute lowest paying jobs in america. these workers earn poverty wages because the minimum wage for tipped workers at the fed
it hostility. >>> moody's is downgrading. and a man freed after dna proved his innocence. and rosa parks' statue has arrived at the capitol. it will be unveiled next week. >>> in south africa, oscar pistorius is a free man, at least for now. we're showing you video of pistorius entering court a couple of hours before he was granted bail in the case of his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp. let's go to michelle kosinkski. he's out on bail. what comes next for him? >> reporter: he went to his uncle's house with his family after being released on bail. he can't go back to his own home, the scene of the alleged crime. he has to surrender passports, guns, can't use drugs or alcohol. has to get permission to leave town and check in with police twice a week starting monday. he may actually start training again on monday, even though his agent had canceled all of his upcoming races, but his coach told us he thinks training is the best thing right now to clear his mind. when asked whether training isn't the last thing on pistorius' mind after losing his girlfriend, the coach didn't comment. yesterday a
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clear skies. temperatures on the mild side but they are starting to cool. mid-60s in santa rosa. 60s in sunnyvale, concord and along the coast upper 40's and 50's market has been breezy. overnight, the increase with clouds and storms approaching. it will be isolated at best. cooler conditions on saturday but decrease in clouds. a rebound in temperatures and the chance of rainfall later. warm conditions will return however, what will happen tonight. the satellite and radar showing the increase to the north. it is heavier to the north and the rain will continue to break up and fizzle out. as it goes towards the north bay. isolated. some of that cloud coverage in the rainfall to the north bay. and it is gone. a bit of rain fall under the delta and that is it. the clubs will be decreasing tomorrow morning. and if your of the day with clearer conditions for the evening temperatures widespread in the 40's to start. for the afternoon, temperatures cooler than today. 50s. getting towards the 60s for the in the valleys. a look at your extended forecast. cooling tomorrow. a bit warmer on to sa
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will deliver remarks at the unveiling of a statue of rosa parks at the united states capitol. in the evening, the president will deliver remarks at the business council dinner here in washington, d.c. and on thursday and friday of next week, the president will attend meetings here at the white house. thank you all. >> jay, real quickly, have there been any furloughs in the white house? has the chief of staff ordered any furloughs? is your staff going to be affected? >> i took this question. as you know and has been reported, the eop is affected by the sequester. and i'm sure that the omb has been working on that as it has with every agency.>> on the next washington journal, governor jack markell. and harvard medical school's george church. >> at age 25, she was one of the wealthiest widow o in the colonies. she was considered an enemy by the british, who threatened to take her hostage. later, she would become the world's first first lady. meet martha washington. "first ladies, influence and images." we will visit colonial williamsburg, mount vernon, valley forge, and philadelphia. become par
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